LaRue and Washington try to find clues on the person responsible for assaulting Garibaldi, who remains in critical condition. Rumors abound about Hunter's new girlfriend. Major Cleveland's son remains on the loose. Furillo assembles a committee to investigate police corruption. Written by
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character, Matt Geisland, is loosely based upon the life experiences of Terrance "Terry" Stanley Fox. Canadian born Terry Fox enjoyed sports and was highly competitive, eventually earning a spot on his Eighth grade basketball team in spite of his 5 foot stature. By his Tenth year of school, Terry had earned a starting position in grade ten and in his Senior year, Terry had won the shared honor of Athlete of the Year along with his best friend, Doug Alward.
In 1977, Terry sadly discovered that he had osteosarcoma in his right knee. It was believed necessary for Terry's survival to amputate his right leg and then undergo chemotherapy. Learning that money was desperately needed for cancer research, Terry Fox set a secret goal for himself with the intention of a cross-country marathon, from St. John's Newfoundland at the Atlantic Ocean to Victoria, B.C. on the Pacific Ocean.
After three grueling years and over-coming many excruciate and frustrating obstacles from recovery to training to acquiring sponsors like the Ford Motor Company and The Canadian Cancer Society, Terry set out on his monumental marathon on April 12, 1980.
After a courageous and emotional journey with events and experiences far too numerous to mention here, Terrance Stanley Fox lost his battle with cancer on June 28, 1981. Running 143 days over 3,339 mi (5,373 kilometers), Terry raised over 1.7 million dollars. Donations continued pouring in from around the world after Terry's death so that by April 1982, $23 million had been raised for cancer research. See more
Sgt. Stan Jablonski
[having dismissed the officers at the end of rollcall
[everybody stops and turns
Sgt. Stan Jablonski
Lets be careful out there.